Cleaning Air Ducts Can Reduce Airborne Pollutants in Homes and Commercial Buildings

Over the years, the air moving through the ducts in your house drop fine particles of dust, little bits of hair, dander from pets, pollen and more. If you have a HEPA and electrostatic air filter system from the beginning, this is minimized. However, even the best filter does not stop all particulates from getting through. That is, unless you live in a clean room used for scientific purposes. What it comes down to is that there is dirt in your air ducts, and this can lead to respiratory problems. Simple air duct cleaning in Antioch can remove the buildup letting you start with clean ducts. Then you can add a better filtration system to minimize the buildup from occurring again.

If you put in a new air filtration system and a new furnace and central air system, you should have your ducts cleaned. If you wonder why you are still sneezing and coughing after upgrading an old HVAC system, it could be due to dirty air ducts. Your new system and filtration may be stopping all of the new particulates, but what is in the air ducts is still working its way loose and being carried on the forced air currents into your rooms. Air duct cleaning in Antioch can remove all of the old buildup to help make the air in your home or building cleaner.

The term “sick building” has been coined to apply to commercial buildings where airborne particulates as well as off-gassing of building materials makes occupants sick. That is not a label any property owner wants for property that is leased to commercial clients. Air duct cleaning along with an inspection and sanitizing of AC systems can help clean up the air circulating through such buildings. With it being known that indoor air quality is often worse than the air outdoors, you can breathe easier by getting air ducts cleaned.